Sunday, July 25, 2010

{sunshine}

'If you want to see the sunshine, you have to weather the storm.' ~ Frank Lane


sunflwrs 3



sunflwrs 2-2



sunflwrs 1-3

I love the above quote because it speaks to me personally on many levels, especially in the past year.
I can also relate it to our recent storms and rain this Summer. Thankfully today has been sunny and beautiful.
I took these today at one of the community gardens in Madison.

10 kind words:

Football and Fried Rice said...

WOW.

I was just reading in my Stream in the Desert devotional about how important waiting under the clouds of trials is - because they will ultimately produce showers of blessings.

WOW.

Don and Lisa Osborn said...

Beautiful!

Thanks for reminding me of the importance of the storms, Gail.

Lindy longs to see sunflowers and I hope we'll be able to see a field of them someday. For now, I will show her your beautiful pictures.

xo~
Lisa

redmaryjanes said...

Wonderful quote...beautiful pictures!

Love Letters To China said...

Gail these are beautiful! Both of my kids are screaming "I want to see the bees!!". :-)

They look like a gorgeous painting. Brings a smile to face!

Hugs...
Grace

Chasing Dreams Photography said...

Gail these are gorgeous!!!!! They don't even look real...looks like a painting : )
Love the quote!!!

Number 6 and no more counting! said...

GAIL! These are fabulous! These are beyond stunning! Oh my gosh, I would love to have a copy of one of them some time. That is if you would share it.

I think that post sums you up perfectly. I know that you are always steadfast and whether the storms of life. I think that is what I love about you.

Lea
xo

LedaP said...

beautiful pictures!!

Michelle@BornInOurHearts said...

Ooooh, this is beautiful, Gail!! It needs to be enlarged and hanging on your wall!! So pretty and vibrant!!

Dita said...

Gail, these are beyond spectacular...so crisp and clean...just perfect!

The Sanders Family said...

Gorgeous photos! I love sunflowers, and you definitely did them justice! :)

 
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